Torn Apart is an entry in this year’s Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off (SPFBO) and has recently been featured in a couple of new interviews.
You can read an author interview from the Qwillery here.
And you can read an interview of the character, Halea, from Torn Apart at The Protagonist Speaks here.
In other news, I’ve added a list of name pronunciations for the Convergence series to the Extras page.
Wolfmother, book three of Convergence, is currently at about 42%, and if the pace continues, I should have it finished before the end of the year, and I hope to release it in late spring or summer of 2020, so be sure to follow this blog for updates and the official release date.
As for new blog content, I’m currently very busy working on Wolfmother, so the blog has sort of taken a backseat. I have a huge list of topics that I’d like to write for the blog, but I’m not sure when I’m going to have a moment to break away from story writing to make new blog posts. My story writing comes first, and I don’t want to spoil the good momentum I’ve been having with Convergence to work on the blog at the moment, but I will get back to it as soon as I can.
Today I am happy to announce that Blood Bound (Convergence Book 2) is now available in paperback and signed paperback for $11.99! Want a signed copy of Torn Apart (Convergence Book 1) too? Signed copies of Torn Apart are also available for just $9.99! For unsigned paperbacks and ebooks see my Amazon listing for Torn Apart or Blood Bound, for signed paperbacks check my Etsy shop.
In Celebration of Book 2’s release, I’m also going to be hosting a Rafflecopter giveaway for a chance to win FREE signed copies of both books 1 & 2 of the Convergence series. You can enter this Rafflecopter giveaway using the form before. Giveaway begins on 6/28/19 and ends on 7/14/19. The more you share, the more chances you have to win! Haven’t read any of the Convergence series books yet? I’m also running a promotion where you can claim a FREE ebook copy of book 1, Torn Apart, on Smashwords by using coupon code PQ93B. You can read the synopsis and reviews for Torn Apart and Blood Bound on Amazon.
Book hoarders – chances are we know someone who hoards books, or we “are” someone who hoards books. Some people just want to read ALL the things whether they realistically have the time or not. When it comes to physical paper books, book hoarders are often limited in their mania by space or money, but there’s a new type of book hoarder – the digital book hoarder.
A couple of years ago when I was still considering getting Torn Apart traditionally published, I submitted my manuscript to every agent and publishing house I could find that I thought would even remotely be interested in my book. To my surprise and delight, I was actually offered a publishing contract from a small publishing house, but after reviewing their contract, asking many questions, and some careful consideration on my part, I declined their offer. Why? Who would turn down an offer to be published?
Well, the thing is Small/Indie Publishing isn’t quite the same as Traditional Publishing. Don’t get me wrong, many are great, and most can do a lot to help an author start their career, but they can’t do everything that traditional publishing houses can, and they’re not right for every author. So what are the differences, and is Indy publishing right for you?
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